Propaganda film from Stonewall to be shown in all secondary schools
It is one of the big issues of our age. For some reason. Fake charity Stonewall gets your tax money to promote homosexuality and has made a film that is to be shown in all secondary schools next month. Apparently, some children are using the word ‘gay’ as a derogatory term and this has been called ‘homophobic bullying’.
The trailer for the film FIT is a slick production designed to confuse humanity in the minds of children who trust the grown-up world to tell them the truth.
As I commented on The Guardian’s website,
I wonder when people are going to get wise to Stonewall’s tactics. The blueprint for a ‘gay’ America, “The Overhauling of Straight America” starts just like this trailer,
“The first order of business is desensitization of the American public concerning gays and gay rights. To desensitize the public is to help it view homosexuality with indifference instead of with keen emotion. Ideally, we would have straights register differences in sexual preference the way they register different tastes for ice cream or sports games: she likes strawberry and I like vanilla; he follows baseball and I follow football. No big deal.”
Why is this so-called charity receiving public money to peddle their propaganda to children? I think it is terrible that Stonewall is manipulating vulnerable children into believing that homosexuality is just another of those things, like skin, eye and hair colour.
Is it true that encouraging children to identify with a sexuality at an early age leads to suicidal feelings?
Does anyone care, or is this warped sense of ‘equality’ all that matters anymore?
As usual I was pretty much a lone voice crying in the wilderness. Such has been the conditioning to accept homosexuality as normal and harmless, Guardian readers fail to understand that there is an opposite side of the coin where teenagers are troubled by the pressure to identify with a sexuality when their hormones are all over the place and they have many other things to be concerned about, like exams.
From the article Which Gay Teens Attempt Suicide?
The researchers say that suicide attempts appear to be related to “coming out” at a younger age, gender atypicality, low self-esteem…
Two key points can be inferred from these studies. First, that treatment for Gender Identity Disorder of Childhood (GID), which is now under strong attack from within the psychological profession, may indeed be therapeutic for prevention of suicide attempts in adolescence. Gay and feminist advocacy groups have been lobbying for deletion of the diagnostic category.
In contrast, clinicians such as Kenneth Zucker and Susan Bradley believe that it is ethical and therapeutic to help children become more comfortable with their biological maleness or femaleness (Gender Identity Disorder and Psychosexual Problems in Children and Adolescents, 1995, New York: Guilford Press) and to alleviate the emotional and family problems often associated with childhood gender nonconformity.
Second, since early gay-self-labeling is associated with attempted suicide, it seems unwise to encourage young people to label themselves as gay during the volatile teenage years. The teen years serve as a transitional phase when affectional, emotional and identification needs can be eroticized. “No service is done to our children by offering them lifestyle options before they are properly able to make informed choices about them,” says Dr. George Rekers, professor of neuropsychiatry and a specialist in psychosexual disorders at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine.
This really is a shocking indictment of Stonewall’s tactics and needs to be addressed urgently.
Someone calling himself danny360 insults me and adds,
Ask a hundred gay people, a million, ten million. Every single one will tell you they did not choose their sexuality, because it is NOT a choice, any more than height or skin colour. It is NOT a ‘lifestyle option’.
This is a very common and ignorant belief and the one which Stonewall wishes to perpetuate with its film. Peter Tatchell writes in an article entitled Homosexuality isn’t natural that sexuality is far more complex than people think:
Many studies suggest social factors are also important influences in the formation of sexual orientation. These include the relationship between a child and its parents, formative childhood experiences, family expectations, cultural mores and peer pressure.
This new film will affect the three factors I have highlighted. I consider this to be child abuse by a state-funded organisation.
And don’t expect the Tories to have any sense of proportion either. They have recently apologised for Section 28 – the legislation that protected children from this sort of propaganda.